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I like this solution, because it's so simple and efficient:

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; my @lines = <DATA>; my (%words, %count); @words{map {split ' '} @lines} =1; my @uniq = keys %words; # create list of unique words foreach my $i (0 .. $#uniq - 1) { foreach my $j ($i+1 .. $#uniq) { # count the pairs do { $count{"$uniq[$i] $uniq[$j]"}++ if /$uniq[$i]/ an +d /$uniq[$j]/ } foreach @lines; } } print map "$_ : $count{$_}\n", # print the pairs in s +orted order sort {$count{$a} <=> $count{$b}} keys %count; __DATA__ dog monkey cat cat ball stone monkey iron cat zoo

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In reply to Re^3: Finding Combinations of Pairs by andye
in thread Finding Combinations of Pairs by zod

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